From burdens and worries to Heo Gyeong-min’s resentment, Choi Jeong-eun “I want to do well”
“I really resented it. Have you seen ‘The Strongest Baseball’?”
Choi Jeong-eun of SSG Landers is the only professional third baseman among infielders selected as the national representative for the World Baseball Classic (WBC) to be held in March. Although Choi Jeong is a veteran who has experienced international competitions not once or twice, this is why this competition feels particularly burdensome.
Choi Jeong-eun said, “In the past, there were (Hwang) Jae-gyun and (Huh) Gyeong-min, and it was only natural for a player in good condition to go out in a short-term game, so I just had to do my best according to the situation. This time, (Kim) Ha-seong or (Oh) Ji-hwan. They say you can turn it around, but I’m the only professional third baseman. I want to do well.”
He said, “I have to pay attention to all of the karate and runners, and I think I’ve got a sore spot because I’m trying to pick up the pace quickly, and I think I’m stressed. I’m already not good at spring camp and demonstration games. I don’t think I’m in a good mood,” he complained.
Choi Jeong-eun did not hide her regret, saying, “I really resented” when asked by reporters, “Is he resentful of Heo Gyeong-min?” Doosan Bears third baseman Heo Gyeong-min was highly likely to be selected for the WBC national team, but his joining was unsuccessful due to poor physical condition such as back and back.
Choi Jeong-eun “You shouldn’t talk about this, but have you seen ‘The Strongest Baseball’? There (Kyung-min) runs here and there, and that’s why I said, ‘Is it true that your back hurts?’ I did,” he laughed. JTBC baseball entertainment program ‘
One way or another, in the end, the current worries and stress are due to the desire to do well. Choi Jeong-eun said, “I really want to do well. It’s not a tournament I just want to do well. It feels strange that the opening game is just around the corner.”
Still, for Choi Jeong, the WBC is a tournament with good memories. Choi Jeong-eun wore his first Taegeuk mark at the WBC in 2009, and his national team finished runner-up at this time. Choi Jeong-eun said, “It’s the first national team I’ve ever experienced, and I remember it as a competition that made me feel excited and happy going all the way to the finals.” 온라인카지노